Advances in Sustainable and Competitive Manufacturing Systems

23rd International Conference on Flexible Automation & Intelligent Manufacturing


ISBN: 978-3-319-00556-0 (Print) 978-3-319-00557-7 (Online)

Table of contents (135 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

  2. Section One: Product, Process and Factory Integrated Design

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-13

      Impacts of Product Lifecycle and Production System Design on Competitive and Sustainable Production

    3. Chapter

      Pages 15-27

      A Framework for Optimizing Product Performance Through Using Field Experience of In-Service Products to Improve the Design and Manufacture Stages of the Product Lifecycle

    4. Chapter

      Pages 29-43

      Advanced Product and Process Design Through Methodological Analysis and Forecasting of Energy Consumption in Manufacturing

    5. Chapter

      Pages 45-57

      Cost-Based Evaluation for Product Selective Disassemblability

    6. Chapter

      Pages 59-64

      Risk Management Methodology Covering the Entire Product Lifecycle

    7. Chapter

      Pages 65-77

      An Approach for the Selection of Process Plans Based on Part Family Changes

    8. Chapter

      Pages 79-90

      Development of an Open-Architecture Electric Vehicle Using Adaptable Design

    9. Chapter

      Pages 91-103

      Ergonomics Issues in Furniture Design: A Case of a Tabloid Chair Design

    10. Chapter

      Pages 105-120

      Solid Wood Panel Manufacturing Using Low Quality Materials

    11. Chapter

      Pages 121-133

      Performance-Oriented Manufacturability Analysis of a 5 GHz Satellite Oscillator

    12. Chapter

      Pages 135-145

      Concept of the System for Optimization of Manufacturing Processes

    13. Chapter

      Pages 147-157

      Structured Analysis of Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems

    14. Chapter

      Pages 159-171

      A Methodology for the Estimation of Build Time for Operation Sequencing in Process Planning for a Hybrid Process

    15. Chapter

      Pages 173-185

      Capability-Based Approach for Evaluating the Impact of Product Requirement Changes on the Production System

    16. Chapter

      Pages 187-196

      Manufacturing Processes Design with UML and ERP Standard: A Case Study

    17. Chapter

      Pages 197-206

      FMEA as Applied to Electronic Manufacturing: A Revised Approach to Develop a More Robust and Optimized Solution

    18. Chapter

      Pages 207-218

      Simulation of the Pneumatic Behavior in the Virtual Commissioning of Automated Assembly Systems

    19. Chapter

      Pages 219-231

      An Innovative Framework for the Simulation of Manufacturing Systems: An Application to the Footwear Industry

    20. Chapter

      Pages 233-244

      Multi-Agent Simulation for Concept of Cellular Transport System in Intralogistics

    21. Chapter

      Pages 245-258

      Modeling and Simulation of a Laser Scanner Sensor: An Industrial Application Case Study

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